Tuesday, January 18th, 2022

League of Legends “Assist-based Fighter” Project L gets gameplay details

Project L, the upcoming League of Legends “assist-based fighter,” has received all-new gameplay details that show many of the upcoming games set in Renetera.

Project L was originally announced in 2019 and Riot Games Tom and Tony Cannon We stopped by Undercity Nights to show the progress of the team. They say that this gameplay clip is a “vertical slice” built to “get the final look of the game before it actually appears and builds all the content, such as characters and stages.” I said carefully.

This may seem like a sophisticated demo, but Tom still has to do until the game doesn’t ship in either 2021 or 2022, and the team is ready to be released to the world. I confirmed that there are many.

“Our goal is to build an ultra-high quality fighting game that FGC can play for years or even decades and invest deeply,” Tom said. “It takes time to get it right, and we’re not in a hurry.”

Nonetheless, much more was revealed about Project L, such as becoming a “tag team-style fighting game where you build and pilot teams of two different champions.” In addition, the art style has been updated to explain to players the “Breakdown of Champion Kits”.

Screenshots of League of Legends Fighter Project L

Control is very important in Project L, and Riot develops it with a โ€œeasy to learn but difficult to learnโ€ spirit. Another big focus of the team is the net code that wants Project L to have the “absolute best” that fighting games can have.

โ€œWe’ll also talk a bit about one of the game’s top priorities, which is to build the best net code available to fighters,โ€ Tom explained. “Of course, we’re starting with rollbacks as a foundation and adding existing Riot technologies like Riot Direct that are great for minimizing League of Legends and VALORANT pings.”

The riot isn’t ready to provide the proper release date or window for the game, other than saying it won’t arrive this year or next year, but “make sure it’s almost fixed to what makes the game a game.” (Core gameplay, controls, art direction, etc.), but you need to create a complete roster of champions, design stages, add menus and UIs, create ranking systems, and more. “

It will be some time before we hear more about Project L, as Tom shared that they would never be contacted “until early in the second half of 2022”. This will be part of their plan to “promise at least two renewals next year.”

For more information on the world of Renetera, see the official announcement of Season 2 of the League of Legends anime series Arcane and Riot’s denial of rumors that Project L will offer NFTs to players.

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Adam Bankhurst is an IGN news writer. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst When Cramps.